Beerthirty Crafts on Tap - 505 N. Greene Street: Live Music with Dave Moran 7pm-10pm
Center City Park - 200 N. Elm Street: Drum roll, please! First Friday Drum Circle is back! Thanks to Healing Earth Rhythms, we're bringing drum circles each month through November. No drum? No problem, there are loaners you can use. No experience needed, everyone is welcome.
Chez Genese - 616 S. Elm Street: We can’t wait for our First Friday French Cookout Dinner! September 6th taking reservations 5:30-7:30. $25/ticket at www.chezgenese.com/workshops
Elsewhere - 606 S. Elm Street - Discover installations, performances, works in progress, and other programs designed by resident artists, Elsewhere staff, and special guests.
Greensboro Children's Museum - 220 N. Church Street: Climb to new heights on the popular XXL Neptune Climbers, build forts in Imagination Station and more at the Greensboro Children's Museum for just $3 per person from 5p to 8p.
Greensboro Project Space - 219 W. Lewis Street: Opening Reception for Keith Carter: Fifty Years and Book Signing with music by Folk/Bluegrass Band, Warren Bodle & Allen.
Horigan's House of Taps - 603A S. Elm Street: Join us on the first Friday of the month at Horigan’s House of Taps between 6-8 p.m. to make a simple upcycled craft. On Friday September 6, we will be making mini junk journals. Materials and instructions will be provided. It’s only a $5 donation for a great time and you’ll leave with something awesome!
Oscar Oglethorpe Eyewear - 226 S. Elm Street: Join us September First Friday for our 2nd annual Back-to-Hogwarts celebration! Harry Potter-themed drinks, snacks, crafts and activities for all ages. Costumes encouraged, no muggles allowed!
Preyer Brewing Company - 600 Battleground Avenue: First Friday Jazz features a mashup of great locally handcrafted beer and great local jazz talent presented by saxophonist Wally West at a family friendly and open-to-all venue. Never a cover charge!
Triad Stage - 232 S. Elm Street: Our lobby will be open between 5 and 9pm to the public to celebrate September's First Friday! Come out to Triad Stage for a cash bar and specialty cocktails, board games and a spin to win with the opportunity to win free tickets to our upcoming show: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and other fun prizes!
Scuppernong Books - 304 S. Elm Street: Want to know how the magic of a Comprehensive Plan happens? Join Greensboro Planning Department Scuppernong Books Artist in Residence Series where you can witness the creation of Comprehensive Plan 2040.
William Mangum Studio - 303 W. Smith Street: Stop by the William Mangum Studio and see Bill's latest creations. Enjoy a glass of wine as Bill shares insights into the process and techniques behind his paintings. For a sneak peak at his progress follow us on Facebook and Instagram.